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transport. tom kierein is standing by with our forecast. tom? >> good morning. we had another chilly start this morning. it dipped into the 30s in many locations just west of interstate 95, but right in washington, we bottomed out in the upper 40s this morning and at this hour, we've already hit the low 60s. so a dramatic warmup with that strong april sun right now. 62 in washington. it's also in the low 60s in fairfax county, arlington, montgomery and prince george's counties and still in the 50s in the shenandoah valley where there was a little scattered frost this morning. out of the mountains now near 50 degrees. it was below freezing there this morning. eastern shore beautiful dale there. they're in the mid-60s. they've had more sun. we've had some high clouds drifting in ahead of a weak disturbance coming in out of tennessee valley that will be arriving by tomorrow morning with some rain. for the rest of the afternoon, partly cloudy and mild. highs reaching near 70 with a light variable wind. i'll have your forecast for the rest of the week. we'll take a look at weekend in a few min
's cold. chilly. 54 degrees. not cold. let's find out from tom kierein. welcome back. we missed you last week. >> good to be back. it was cold this morning. scattered frost through central virginia and the central shenandoah valley all melted off quickly. now with the bright april sun, a beautiful blue sky. live view from the sky watcher camera. temperatures into the 50s now and it's in the low to mid 50s not only in washington but prince george's county, arlington, montgomery counties into the mid 50s. it's cooler right on the bay where there's a bit of a breeze on the bay, especially on the eastern side. winds making it feel quite chilly there. inland well into the 50s. the mountains bottomed out in the 30s there this morning. mid 50s throughout much of virginia and southeastern virginia. mid 50s. a clear sky will be with us throughout the rest of the day with high pressure over the region. so a sunny mild afternoon, not as breezy as it was over the weekend. still a bit of a blustery wind out of the northwest as highs climb into the mid 60s. we'll look at the weekend coming up in a few
severe weather. let's check in with tom kierein. >> yes. indeed, wendy. as we take a look at the radar now, we are see something thundershowers way off to our west. and these are showing up where you see these areas orange and yellow. that is where we are getting thunder and lightning from southern pennsylvania. just coming into western washington county. another one here just to the south of martinsburg between winchester and martinsburg, east of interstate 81. these are heading off to the east and to the northeast. there is a severe thunderstorm watch out for pennsylvania and points north. but not for us at this time. now these storms are heading off just about -- to the east and to the northeast. these are the towns that will be peaked. williamsport my have us moving through, 5:08. shephers town, 5:10. hagerstown, 5:15. as those storms move on through. head off to the east. now, as we take a look at the wider view of the radar we have another shower that is mao just coming into madison county. that's going to be heading towards culpeper county in the next perhaps 20 minutes to a hal
about april showers maybe coming our way. let's check with tom kierein to get an update. >> good morning. >> good morning. yes, on radar at this hour we're seeing some scattered light rain, the central shenandoah valley and across the blue ridge near charlottesville light rain. this is drifting into the metro area in a few hours. we're in the 40s in montgomery, arlington, fairfax county, mid-50s in washington, near 50 in prince george's county. watching this light rain, scattered showers moving into virginia out of the carolinas and the tennessee valley. that will be with us time to time throughout the rest of the day, occasional passing light shower, highs reaching the low 60s. but this rain activity should end this evening. then we get sunshine back tomorrow, morning lows in the upper 40s, afternoon highs near 70. then partly cloudy on friday. morning lows mid-40s, afternoon highs again near 70 degrees. as we get into the weekend, looks like we're going to have a wet pattern come in. saturday looks like we could get showers. morning lows in the mid 40, afternoon highs mid-60s. looks li
's talk to tom kierein. >> it came in late last night and got thicker by the time we got toward dawn and at this hour the fog has just about dissipated all over the entire region. it's been replaced by some glorious sunshine. there is the live view from our skywatcher camera. just a couple of clouds way off on the western horizon. there is american university there in the foreground. the temperatures are warming up nicely with this strong april sun now hitting the low and mid-60s and out at dulles now, 64 where this morning they had zero visibility. we just saw tracee there, and you can tell the visibility is just wonderful. visibility at all airports ten miles generally, reagan national and at dulles the visibilities are also very good now at bwi where they had some delays earlier this morning. the area temperatures even out of the mountain where is they had a freezing start this morning are now near 60 with that strong sun and it's in the low 60s on the eastern shore. here's the forecast for the rest of this afternoon. should be just a delightful april day, mostly sunny. and we're
's a little bit warmer. and tom kierein's here to tell us how much warmer are we going to see it get. tom? >> we actually had scattered frost again this morning. >> really? >> right. but it has warmed up quite a bit more than yesterday. we had that blustery, chilly wind all day long yesterday. we still have a little wind this morning. but indeed we did start out with scattered frost this morning. look at that satin, blue sky over the green foliage. and that's the view from our skywatcher camera. live picture there looking off to the west. right now, 62 in washington, and it has now reached the low and mid-60s across prince george's county, montgomery, arlington, and fairfax counties and most of maryland and the eastern shore reaching 60. the gusts have been around 20 to 25 miles per hour, not quite as strong as yesterday. just had a 23 mile-per-hour gust at reagan national. this morning it was in the upper 20s in the mountains. right now it's climbing to the mid-50s there. eastern shore now near 60 degrees. and over the last 12 hours, we've had a clear sky. we had that bright, full moon
and traffic on this tuesday morning, on tom kierein in storm center 4. we have temperatures around the metro area in the mid and upper 40s. but the shenandoah county getting some patchy frost possible. warren, shenandoah, page, rockingham and augusta counties, high clouds coming in from the west, ahead of the rain-maker that will be here tomorrow morning. for this morning, high clouds around, we'll have sunshine, low 60s by noon. and upper 60s during the afternoon hours. and cloudy tonight, down to near 50 by dawn tomorrow when we'll likely have light rain moving in from the west. occasional light rain tomorrow, highs low 60s. thursday, some sunshine back into the upper 60s. and upper 60s on friday and partly cloudy. a look at the weekend in ten minutes coming up at 4:51. >>> now let's check the tuesday traffic. jerry, how is it looking? >> good morning to you, looking pretty good. good morning, everyone. the drive through northeast, unencumbered by any issues this morning. like that big word? new york avenue, kenilworth avenue, everything is very quiet. and dry road surfaces. very important
rainfalling in some areas. 54 degrees. tom kierein standing by with the forecast now. >> we're getting rain right here in washington. that was the live view from our city camera. on radar we can see the rain where you see the color getting light rain in montgomery county, fairfax, prince george's. here in the district a few sprinkles. more rain coming in from the southwest heading northeast. light to moderate rain into prince william, stafford, and spotsylvania. that will be crossing the potomac moving into southern maryland with steadier rain. the morning rain ended farther to our west around the shannon doeia valley. we've been holding steady at the low and mid 50s all morning. now 55 in washington. it's a bits mild ter near the bay, 60 there. eastern shore in the low 60s but out of the mountains in the mid 50s. over the last six hours, we've seen this weak area of low pressure passing just to our south along the north carolina and virginia border. that's going to pull away. later on today, we'll have rain tapering off and ending and we'll get some sunshine back tomorrow. so for the rest
a nice day out there. what a way to spend a friday, huh? tom kierein is here to tell us what we can expect the rest of this day. i know we're looking at rain for tomorrow. >> it does appear, yeah. but enjoy what we have right now. we have big changes on the way. we will have our temperatures climbing this afternoon beautifully into the comfort zone. right now it's hitting the 60s after a fresh and cool start earlier this morning and a live view from the city camera showing sunshine pouring down on moniments this hour. 62 at reagan national. dewpoint into the upper 30s. humidity at 43%. a light breeze out of the east at this hour. temperatures around the region in the eastern shore reached low 60s. on t on the water still in the upper fifties. bay water temperatures only in the 50s. any wind off the bay is going to be quite Ñichilly. inland it's this into the 60s. it's in the low 60s now no montgomery, arlington, fairfax and prince george's counties. around much of northern virginia, including the blue ridge and shenandoah valleys, their temperatures have climbed into the 60s this m
on the ones. i'm tom kierein. temperatures into the 50s in montgomery, fairfax, prince george's county in the upper 50s. to our west, around the 50s on the shore. for the rest of the day, we'll have lots of sun with highs around 70. saturday, cloudy, cooler, chance of light showers from time to time with highs near 60. on sunday and monday, mostly cloudy both days, a chance of passing showers and thundershowers during the afternoons with highs in the 60s and morning lows in the 50s. i'll be back in ten minutes with a look into next week. jerry, how's the traffic. >>> tom, as we get under way, picking up volume on the capital beltway. this is near arlington boulevard, outer loop right side of your screen, inner loop, left side. the lanes are in the process of re-opening but for a while there was a diversion on i- 6 for the overnight road work. they're pulling up the final barrels as we speak. 207, all travel lanes are open at least for the moment, it looks like we're dealing with dry pavement. that is good news. joe and eun, back to you. >> thank you. >>> 4:42. 5 adegrees. >>> still to
as chancellor. it is beautiful outside right now, but chilly. it's on the cool side. tom kierein is here to tell us how warm it will get. . >> we had forecast this morning, scattered forecast in virginia and west virginia. that occurred just before dawn and actually for a couple hours even after dawn, we had frost around. but it has now warmed up into the low 50s around the region. there is a live view from our sky watcher camera, bouncing around a bit in the blustery wind. look at that gorgeous royal blue sky over the foliage out now. and we have temperatures just now beginning to break into the low 50s. 53 in washington, and in prince george's county now, 50 degrees. it's near 50 in montgomery county. low 50s in arlington and fairfax counties and across much of the rest of virginia as well as southern maryland and east of shore. these numbers in blue are the current wind gusts. just a wind gust at reagan national to 24. last hour, to 32. so these winds have been quite blustery out of the north and west. so even though we're in the low 50s, it feels chillier with the gusty wind. it was down int
when you walk outside. we'll get a check of the forecast in just a moment with meteorologist tom kierein. good morning to you. welcome to "news4 today." >> let's get right to some of the top stories we're following this morning. students will return to one d.c. middle school today for the first time since their principal was murdered. he was found shot to death inside his home thursday night. police still have no suspects. he had been the principle in northwest washington since 2008. >>> a community is in mourning after a college student from waldorf was shot and killed. the gunman was a fellow student. tyrone hall shot brandon carroll after an off-campus party early yesterday morning. hall is also accused of shooting a fellow student from the district. police have arrested hall. >>> some good news if you or someone you know is planning to fly to europe in the coming days. the eu says the sky is clearing from that volucanic ash. >>> toyota is expected to agree to a fine for a four-month delay in telling the government about sticking gas pedals. today is the deadline for toyota to
says the hail was accompanied by a lot of lightning. >> let's get a look at our own forecast. tom kierein joins news the studio to take a look at what weather we'll have today. have the storms gotten out of the area? >> indeed. we're sleep deprived because of all the thunder and lightning.
. doreen and jim. >> all right. tom kierein, thank you. >>> firefighters are battling a brush fire that spans up to 100 acres in hardie county, west virginia. that fire was burning near the town of wardensville over the west virginia border. fire officials say at one point flames reached within 100 feet of several homes. local authorities are considering bringing in helicopters to make water drops at the site of the fire. officials say a man was burning brush illegally when he lost control of the fire. >>> it took nearly three years but today the de school system and the teachers union announce ad contract. if it is approved by union membership the new deal will sharply boost pay scales. it will also toughen some working conditions. tom sherwood is in the newsroom with more on this. >> reporter: nearly 4,000 teachers are affected by this deal. it is more money but more accountability, too. mayor fenty and union officials announced what they call a breakthrough teacher agreement. one that could be a model for other urban systems mired in disputes. >> this contract is one of the most
. >> and that was lindsey wilcox reporting. >>> our time now, 11:52. meteorologist tom kierein will be back with that wonderful forec >>> one of the redskins cheerleaders now has something extra to cheer about. kristin edict was at practice last night when her husband dropped in early from a tour of duty. marine corps lieutenant denver edict had spent time in iraq and afghanistan. he wasn't due home until july. now the couple says they're going to hang out and watch movies. lieutenant edict says he'll be at all the redskins games. he looked pretty happy. >>> we'll take a look now at some of the stories we're following for this afternoon. pat lawson joins us with a preview of things to come. >> hi, barbara. first at 4:00, there's no doubt that smoking marijuana gets you high. even people who use it for medical purposes. but there is now an option for medical patients who need the prescription benefits of marijuana without the debilitating side effects. we'll have that story at 4:00. >>> then at 5:00 today, how you can take a world tour without packing a single back. you can really travel lig
. with you when you're ready to move. it's time for weather and traffic on the 1s. i'm tom kierein. thankfully the strong storms from last evening are long gone. this morning we have lingering showers passing west of wav wav out of the southwest heading north and east. one shower moving through frederick county and across the potomac and the highlands of west virginia. in the 50s around the region. right now 54 in washington. low 50s in montgomery, arlington, prince george's and fairfax counties. highs today near 70. might have a little sun later this morning. overall a cloudy day. could get showers and storms this afternoon, some of which could produce damaging winds and hail that may linger early this evening and tomorrow morning. drying out after that through midweek. how is the traffic? >> an accident reported along 39 northbound along the d.c. end of the 14th street bridge, supposedly in the right lane. i don't see any flashing lights. they may have moved on. we'll keep you updated just in case. elsewhere, we'll take a live look at the capital beltway, both the inner loop and
promise. that's ingredients for life. >>> good morning, i'm tom kierein at this hour, cloudy, a little bit of scattered drizzle. elsewhere, no precipitation. just some clouds hanging in and temperatures in the 50s all around the region. now 56 in washington. out in the mountains in the 40s. mid 50s eastern shore. and the clouds courtesy of an area of low pressure passing over us yesterday. as it pulls away we ought to get some breaks in the clouds. sun breaking out with a blustery northwest wind. highings reaching the low 60s. mostly sunny, still a bit blustery tomorrow, highs mid 60s and warming up into the week. jerry, how's the traffic? >> more trouble for folks coming in from frederick along i-270. southbound 270 near route 85 near buckiestown pike. the truck that spilled a load pulled over from south of i-70, down to route 80, be careful there. one more stop, downtown moving along nicely. inbound 66 to route 50 headed for the roosevelt bridge. joe? >> jerry, thanks very much. 16 food companies will take part in an initiative to reduce the amount of salt in their products. new york cit
tom kierein. >> as long as we're hovering near 50 where we are right now we'll have that fog around. redewsed visibility is down to about three-quarters of a mile in washington, d.c. not as bad in prince george's county, andrews air force base at 5 miles. there are some places where the visibility is down to a quarter mile as is montgomery counties, arlington. northern shenandoah valley, visibilities are near zero there. 51 in washington, near 50 in the suburbs, rural areas west of the blueridge are chilly, near 40 degrees there. it's in the low 50s southern maryland and around the bay. over the last six hours we've seen this fog developing. it will be around for another couple of hours or so. around midmorning the sunshine breaks out, then a sunny afternoon with highs climbing into the low 70s. a slight chance of an isolated shower this afternoon. overnight tonight, should be partly cloudy, we'll be bottoming out in the upper 40s tomorrow morning. it looks like we'll have a partly cloudy and pleasant day with highs near 70. cooler weather moving in on saturday with a weak area of l
the airport in d >>> good morning. i'm tom kierein. welcomed sunshine has returned on this tuesday morning. northwesterly blustery wind. slight chance of a sprinkle. highs only in the low 60s. clearing out tonight. afternoon highs tomorrow mid 60s. how's the traffic, jerry? >>> i-270 southbound pass under 118 to middlebrook road, accident left side of the roadway. fire crews are on the scene. looks like they'll be there a bit. volume only through northeast. earlier truck was broken down, new york avenue appears it to have been cleared. joe? >> thanks, jerry. >>> get informed before you get out of bed. news 4 >>> it is 7:30 now on a tuesday morning. the 727th of april, 2010. we're in for a little more rain today in new york city. tapering off by this afternoon. should be better by tomorrow. should be beautiful by the end of the week. stop on by in the plaza. al's forecast in just a couple of minutes. >>> inside studio 1a, i'm matt lauer, alongside meredith vieira. >>> coming up, the latest on the condition of musician and reality tv star bret michaels. this morning he remains in the hospita
, some rain in the forecast. actually some dripping out there right now in some areas. tom kierein is here and can tell us more. >> hey, barbara. we had the thunderstorms last evening. thankfully they did not produce any wind damage. just a lot of hail. right now looking at the radar over the last hour, you can see these areas of moving color are some showers that have been coming through, moving southwest to northeast out of northern virginia crossing the potomac and moving into maryland. and at this hour, the rain activity is now confined to the district of columbia and fairfax county and montgomery county and moving off to the north and east up through frederic county and howard county now. much of virginia now is drying out at least temporarily. later on this afternoon, we could get more storms top popping up. we're in the mid 50s in prince george's county. it's been holding in the 50s all morning long. we had the passing showers. also mid # 50s in montgomery county now where they're getting that rain. also mid 50s in fairfax county. southern part of the county getting rain. wh
. >> steve handelsman, thank you, steve. >>> good afternoon. i'm meteorologist tom kierein. storm center 4, another day with excessive heat. right now 85 in washington. it is near 90 in prince george's county. montgomery county and arlington and fairfax counties, near 90 degrees. 91 at dulles. just jumped up one degree. and as we take a look at the pollen count, that is way up. nearly tripled from what it was yesterday. it is mostly oak tree pollen. and it is going to stay extremely high today. and into early tomorrow. also expect a warm evening ahead. and we will have big area of rain, perhaps even some strong storms tomorrow afternoon come through. that will help to lower the pollen count as it wash tess pollen out of the air. we may get strong storms tomorrow afternoon. after that, the front goes by and friday chill will be moving in. and a look at the rest of the week's forecast and the weekend as well. that will be coming up in just a few minutes. now, our john schriffen has been out sampling reaction to the high heat. what are you hearing? >> tom, first i want to get start order that
time right now is 4:30. let's get our first forecast now from tom kierein. >> chilly out there, tom. >> sure is. the bright moon light, lighting up the landscape. the full moon getting low in the western sky. it's just 45 in washington, near fr in prince george's county. don't have reports of frost but there may be some in the mountains. it's in the upper 30s in montgomery county and fairfax county, arlington county in the low 40s. it's below freezing in the mountains of western maryland and west virginia, near 30 degrees there. near 40 now on the eastern shore. mid-40s through southern virginia. and over the last 12 hours we've had the afternoon clouds break up and overnight we cleared out and starting off clear and chilly this morning. later on today, blustery northwest winds. it's going to be cool with lots of sunshine, though, highs reaching the low to mid-60s. and then another chilly night tonight. back down to near 40 degrees by dawn tomorrow. but with bright april sun and a diminishing wind on thursday we should make it to near 70. then feeling like summertime on friday and s
. meteorologist tom kierein says we're in for an early taste of summer this weekend. your weather and traffic on the 1s are next. >> announcer: you're watching nbc 4, washington's news leader. now live in hd, this is "news4 today." >>> breaking news. a death investigation in arlington, we're live on the scene with new information from police. we've just confirmed police used a taser on the man. >>> state of emergency. oil from a rig explosion is now hitting the gulf coast. the massive cleanup effort going on right now to try to prevent an enormous environmental disaster. good morning and welcome back to "news4 today." i'm joe krebs. >> i'm eun yang on this friday, april 30th 2010. the last day of april already. we're taking a live look outside, 6:29, 52 degrees, a beautiful view of the nation's capital. a touch of summer this weekend. meteorologist tom kierein joins us with the latest on the forecast. what a warm-up. >> certainly feeling like summertime, about ten degrees above average for late april this afternoon. for now, it is a cool springlike morning, just near 50 in washington, 40s in
temperatures. but all of that is about to change. >> we saw it in steve's live shot. tom kierein is tracking the changes from the storm center. tom, rain is en route? >> yes. in fact, they are in west virginia. the front that's been broaching us since yesterday is now entering the mountains and triggering showers and thunder, too, right now as we look at the radar over the last three hours and watching this. line of showers is just now coming into the panhandle of west virginia. one area of orange up here in yellow. this may be a little thunderstorm here that is right now coming in out of garrett county, allegany county. heading off to the east. we are still dry. here a balmy and breezy afternoon. temperatures generally around 08 degrees. 82 in washington. gusty, too. winds have been gusting to around 30 to 40-mile-per-hour gusts at dulles. pollen count high. lower than yesterday. oak tree pollen. look how much cooler it is behind the front. pittsburgh 50 degrees. 32 degrees cooler than we are here. we have this front. pushing the rain but yet no severe storms our way. there is a chance for
in the temperature. what's in store for your weekend. tom kierein is in the storm center with that all important forecast. hi, tom. >> what a roller coaster we had this week. up and down. we are near 90 degrees earlier in the week. yesterday got into the low 80s. now look at this afternoon and it it is in the 50s to near 60 degrees. dramatic drop from the last few days. that rain last night did wash pollen out of the air. temperature now 58 in washington. and in the mid 50s in prince george's county. montgomery, arlington, fairfax counties, upper 50s. it is in the low 50s to upper 40s in the northern shenandoah valley. panhandle of west virginia. winds blustery. gusts 30 miles an hour. pollen count remains high. reduced from yesterday. around 2,000. it is still mostly oak tree pollen. over the last six hours we had just a few clouds racing through. otherwise quite a bit of shine around the region. overnight tonight will be mostly clear. near 50 by midnight and the upper 30s by dawn tomorrow. could even have frost in the shenandoah valley and out of the mountains early tomorrow morning. we will w
. >> reporter: inside the nbc 4 control room we got a picture of tom kierein ready to do a weather forecast. >> one minute. >> reporter: so we hurried to the storm center. tom, hi. >> hi. >> hi. >> reporter: she would like to watch you do your cut-in, if you don't mind. >> clouds moving iover. >> reporter: she's 14 years old. she came to this country nine years ago as a refugee from sierra leone. she's now in foster care. >> she has been in foster re two years. our goal right now is to find her an adoptive home. >> reporter: she asks to see the news 4 studio, a temporary one, until our new one is built which is under construction right now. the cameras was rolling when she told me a little of her story. beginning in war-torn sierra leone where she says she was lucky to escape the killings. you had quite a traumatic situation as a young child. >> yes. >> reporter: do you know who saved your life? >> well, i was put in a refugee camp. >> reporter: she says from there she was able to come to this country. and she says she is working hard in school here. >> achieve my goals. >> what are your go
moving into the area. tom will tell us what to expect and when. >>> good evening. tom kierein, storm center 4. watching showers and thundershowers rolling through the region this afternoon. we have one batch of some moderate to heavy rain with a little bit of thunder and lightning now near charlottesville. that's continuing to advance to the north. that area of moderate rain to even heavy downpours is just now coming into culpeper county where you see the oranges and yellows. that's where getting heavier rain and cloud-to-cloud lightning associated with that as well. batch heading towards the metro area. should be arriving here probably an hour to an hour and a half. looks like we will have a wet evening. elsewhere other scattered showers and panhandle of west virginia and in frederick county, maryland. it has been raining and cooled down. charlottesville, 64. it has not ranked. still in the 07s to near 80. wind gusts that have been around 30 miles an hour. associated with a cold front coming into west virginia. heavier downpours in north carolina. maybe those will be moving our way
to a recall of millions of trucks and suvs. >>> what's ahead in weather? >> tom kierein in storm center 4. dramatic drop in our temperatures over the last 24 hours. it will last into the weekend. i will show thank you weekend forecast and we will take a look at the next week as well. coming up in just a few minutes. >>> coming up in sports, it is all about tiger woods. top of the masters leaderboard decidedly english flair to it. capitals coach boudreau gives his opinion why mike green should win the norris trophy. notre dame qb jimmy coffin works out for nfl scouts. see how he did. "news4 at 6:00" continues. >>> it is almost like you never left. crowds of the gallery are deep and the rate rings high for tiger woods' return to the golf course. nbc's kristen dahlgren reports from the masters tournament in augusta, georgia. >> reporter: following his best opening round ever here, day two of the masters brought another solid performance for tiger woods. as he again tried to turn his focus from the tabloids to the tees. >> that's part of his strength, able to concentrate despite the controver
and come back and look at our weather and traffic right after >>> good morning, i'm tom kierein. temperatures in the 40s and 250s. partly cloudy. later today, highs near 70. saturday and sunday, rain and temperatures in the 60s. that may linger into monday, as well. perhaps a few passing thundershowers. jerry, how is the traffic? >> a live look at the rush hour in gear. 395 northbound all the way. southbound moving along nicely, if that's your destination. and one more south. we'll see how things are progressing along 270, even for a friday, kind of strange, heavy and slow, just sunshine toward the split. the lanes are open. joe? >> thank you, jerry. we want to be part of your morning routine. news 4 today now begins at 4:30 every weekday morning, 23rd of april, 2010. it will warm up into the upper 50s. we've got a great crowd of people out on the plaza. we'll go outside and say hi to them in just a little while. inside studio 1a, i'm matt lauer, alongside ann curry who's in for meredith this morning. >>> just ahead, just an incredible piece of dash cam video. you're going to lo
. i'm tom kierein. looking off to the west, sky watcher camera showing high clouds moving in from the west. we have temperatures there down into the 30s in a few locations. shenandoah valley, scattered frost there this morning. near 40s in the nearby suburbs near washington. we should climb into the 60s with increasing clouds. cloudy tomorrow and cooler with occasional chance of light rain. >> and some folks who are trying to get to paris but you couldn't make it. huh? >> they slowed us down. >> having a good time in new york? >> very good. >> there you go. let's go back inside to meredith. >>> up next, is it becoming acceptable to walk away from your mortgage even if you can afford it? we'll debate that right after this. [ female announcer ] introducing new all oxi-active, for all active families. our advanced 2-in-1 power cleans tough stains like grass better than the leading oxi detergent and helps get your family's wash incredibly white and bright. try new all oxi-active. it's l good. [ female announcer ] kids who don't eat breakfast may not be getting the nutrition they need
chuck bell who's filling in for tom kierein this morning. >> hello, pat. good morning to you. off to a bright and sunny start. temperatures though, they are really going to be climbing here later on this morning and into the afternoon hours. check out our morning low temperatures this morning. a few spots were comfortably cool. clarksburg back to 51, manassas 48. most everybody stayed in the load to mid 60s for overnight low temperatures. now with all that strong april sunshine out there, already down at springfield, 83 degrees in springfield, virginia. already 83 in fairfax county out at dulles international airport where the record high today at dulles is only 84. so they're 1 degree away from tiths record and two from breaking it already at dulles international airport. of course, dulles' airport records only go back to 1963. the record at national airport is 94 degrees back to 1929. temperatures are going to continue to warm here as we have this strong western atlantic ridge of high pressure, the old bermuda high we usually talk about in august and july, it's here in april. su
this morning. the sun is back after a rainy night. the first forecast now the from chuck bell who's in for tom kierein this morning. what a change. >> big change, eun. summer is out the door and a little taste of springtime weather has finally come back into the washington region and man, oh, man, is the wind howling out there this late morning. temperatures have recovered a little bit from our morning lows now. we're up to 55 degrees in downtown d.c. 55 in vienna and fairfax, 57 in cull pep they are morning, winchester and front royal, tom's brook all in the low 50s. martinsburg holding back at 47 degrees. broader view shows look at the cool air to our north and west riding our way on a northwest wind. so it's going to be a blustery and cool afternoon today. if you look at the satellite radar loop, a lot of clear skies now across much of the virginia piedmont from the blue ridge eastbound to i-95. still one or two lonely sprinkles cannot be ruled out especially extreme southern maryland. by and large rain chances around town today are next to nothing. it's going to be a very pleasant afternoo
in tv. is that right? >> yes. >> inside the control room, we got a close-up picture of tom kierein read i do do a weathercast. >> one minute. >> we hurried to the storm center. hi. >> hi. welcome. >> this is our meteorologist. and she'd like to watch you do your cut-in. >> good rning. we've had clouds moving in over -- >> she is 14 years old. she came to this country nine years ago as a refugee from sierra leone. she is now in foster care. >> she's been in foster care for about two years and our goal is to find her an adoptive home. >> she asked to see the news 4 studio, a temporary one -- >> until our new one is built, this is under construction right now. >> and the camera was rolling when she told me a little of her story beginning in war-torn sierra leone where she was lucky to escape the killing. you had quite a traumatic situation as a young child. >> yes. >> do you know what saved your life? >> well, i was brought to a camp. >> she says from there she was able to come to this country, and she says she's working hard in school here. >> my goals. >> and what are your goals? >> to g
'm tom kierein. now 57 in washington. near 50 in the shenandoah valley. we just had a wind gust at reagan national of 35 miles an hour. there is a frost advisory in effect for the shenandoah valley and includes the counties of shenandoah, page, rockingham and augusta. overnight, there, they could be down near freezing. we may hit the upper 30s around the metro area by dawn tomorrow. probably no frost. chilly night tonight. and does appear it is going to be cool again tomorrow but remaining dry. but a warmup on the way by the end of the weekend. we will take a look at that. i will also show you my forecast all the way into next week. and through the rest of next week. that will be coming up in just a few minutes. now let's check on the traffic. ashley, how are we doing this friday afternoon? >> friday afternoon out there. we have significant delays around town. we had an earlier make orn accident in the 3:00 hour on the inner loop of the beltway at the american legion. blocked all lanes for a time. that's been cleared. look what it did to beltway. that's painful. this is the commute out of
chuck bell has to tell us in for tom kierein today. we know it's going to last throughout the weekend, even easter sunday. >> yes indeed. the easter bunny will be happy this year because the weather is going to cooperate nicely after a very pleasant morning this morning, a lot of people made it down to the basin first thing this morning. temperatures started out in the 40s in most of our suburbs to 53 for an overnight low temperature in downtown d.c. now with all thawill strong april sunshine doing its thing, temperatures have climbed into the low and mid 60s now. 63 here in washington. 65 in fairfax, 64 in loudoun and prince william counties. 64 in montgomery county, maryland. 68 in frederick. here's a check of our satellite loop over the last six hours. no real weather worries for today. clear skies across the area for now. we will keep those the remainder of the day. plenty of sunshine. toasty warm. a little bit of a breeze up alongside the chesapeake bay. bayside locations just a little bit cooler. tomorrow most everybody should have more of an offshore component and as a result,
in for tom kierein. >> good morning, everybody. it will be another toasty, warm day today. temperatures up to the mid 80s once again. here is a check of the radar. the earliest showers just getting ready to move into far western parts of west virginia. we have many, many dry hours to come. most of our thursday will be a dry one. rain chances don't ramp up until 5:00, 6:00 this evening. you about the stobs this morning, no umbrellas needed. it will become an increasingly cloudy day today. showers, maybe a strong to severe thunderstorm this even g evening. heaviest rain after 8:00 tonight. jerry, over to you. we are loading up from last time we spoke. slowing down in several stretches of 270 from i-700 through hyattstown, german town, however all lanes open down to the split. may find some road work going on northbound side, but not much to worry about at all. we'll check out i-95 northbound. the hov lanes were unusually slow, now the regular lanes are jammed up, there's something going on, we're on top of it and we'll get back to you. >> the damaging internal e-mail from a top executive at
who is in for tom kierein. >> donovan has a pretty good size advantage on the president. you still want to try to block donovan mcnabb. he's 6'5", 220 pounds. that's the elbow you don't want to get in the way. >> and playing with the secret service around you. take it easy. >> absolutely right. just a few lingering sprinkles out there in prince george's county out to the south side of annapolis. most of the rain is on its way out. temperatures are in the 50s now. bus stop weather for the kids, one or two little umbrellas. if you can find the umbrella, don't worry it will be dry by recess and dry all weekend. >> along i-95 northbound between lorton and newington, there are the two buses. they are on the shoulder of the express lanes. one bus has a flat tire. the other bus is either just waiting for the other one to get repaired or transferring folks. travel lanes are open drawing very little attention. that's good news. let's see how we're doing up the road. along 395 to the 14th street bridge lanes are open and moving along very nicely. back to you. >>> 5:23 is your time. this morn
bell is in strm center 4 for tom kierein. >> a good monday morning to everyone out there in the news 4 nation. off to a very quiet start. just a few fair weather clouds drifting on by. not generate anything in the way of rainfall. early morning temperatures, leesburg, virginia 59 degrees with a light south wind at 5 miles per hour. annapolis, maryland currents temperature is at 60 degrees. haymarket, virginia 59. springfield, virginia 60 degrees. rockville, maryland, 58 degrees on this beautiful monday morning. what a nice day it will be today. policemen of sunshine. high temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s today. going to be one of the nicer days this week. clouds come back overnight tonight and light rain showers move back in for tuesday afternoon and tuesday night. more pleasant weather comes our way in the wednesday, thursday time frame. >> pretty quiet morning so far checking out interstate 66 on the approach to the roosevelt bridge. gw parkway under the potomac bridges, route 50, everything is doing okay under a very light volume of traffic. let's head over and see how we'r
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